An interesting article in the Nursing Standard this week featuring a Maj AP, previous CO of the Fld Hosp at Camp Bastion & New CO of 22 Fld Hosp. Overall good article showing Army nursing in a positive light. The only problem I can see with it & I canât believe he would have said it (or may be I can!) was & I quote: "I wanted the reality of MASH & Medecins sans Frontieres & thatâs what we got" Reality check Maj P, MASH & reality is lost on me & Medecins Sans Frontieres is run by bored Doctors, I did one tour with them in a central African Country on leaving the services, on route from the Airport we got lost twice & on number of occasions the so called manager drove through the same rebel check point requiring 40 min of negotiations to get through. Once on the ground we had to wait 3 days before discovering the same manager had sent all our equipment to the wrong location. Now Iâve looked back on this it does sound like a number of deployments I did in the past. So are you saying as CO of 22 you are constantly lost & pi55ed on home grown brew with a little radar chap running around after you. By the way nice picture, but what is the bright blue thing in your hand, it looks vaguely like some sort of adult toy.